Uganda Parliament Probes U.S.$41 Million South Sudan Grain Deal

A Parliamentary Committee on South Sudan Compensation is probing Uganda's role in the infamous sorghum supply saga in which companies that received payments for cereals from the government of South Sudan government, never delivered them. The process is part of a request by the Ugandan government to clear a debt of U.S.$41 million owed to Ugandan traders and companies by the South Sudan government. 

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